‘Blueprint’ of Healthy Lung Cells May Guide Research Into Lung Disease

‘Blueprint’ of Healthy Lung Cells May Guide Research Into Lung Disease

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‘Blueprint’ of Healthy Lung Cells May Guide Research Into Lung Disease

Scientists have created a new “cellular blueprint” of healthy lung cells that provides a reference against which tissue from lungs affected by conditions like pulmonary hypertension (PH) can be compared. The ability to accurately map the differences between healthy and diseased lungs can help researchers find new therapeutic approaches, according to the investigators. Having such a blueprint offers a way to explore the genes and cell types associated with these conditions and may guide research…

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